This 55-yard bomb thrown by Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is insanity and Amazon Web Services has the data to prove it. With a five-step drop and ample protection in the pocket, Wilson launches a football to his teammate wide receiver Tyler Lockett who only has less than one meter of seperation from Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Charvarius Ward. Amazon Web Services gives Lockett a 29.2 percent catch probability before the Seahawks wideout comes down with the ball. How does Russell defy the data? The same way he loads his dishwasher—with precision.